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  • Gender: Male
  • Religon: Non-Denominational
  • Location: Louisville, KY
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Just back from my trip in Guam, I’m privileged to share this guest post by Jeremy Statton. He is an orthopedic surgeon and a writer. He blogs about Living Better Stories. You can follow him on Twitter or download a free copy of his eBook Grace Is. On my first trip to San Francisco I tested [...]
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Today is an exciting day here on The Stretched Blog. I have the privilege of guest posting over at Jeremy Statton’s blog (Living Better Stories) today. My post titled Rediscovering My Dreams shares some of my journey and thoughts regarding overseas missions. Here’s an excerpt to get you started: It was almost two years ago that my wife and I were making final preparations for the missions trip of a lifetime to Nairobi, Kenya. A Painful Death»
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“The Son is the image of the invisible God, the firstborn over all creation.  For in him all things were created: things in heaven and on earth, visible and invisible, whether thrones or powers or rulers or authorities; all things have been created through him and for him.  He is before all things, and in him all things hold together.” Col 1:15-17 I’ve noticed a pattern in my behavior when my daily routine is turned on its head. I run to»
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Weekend Wanderings is a collection of links and pages that impacted me during the previous week or so. Some gems to ponder over the weekend: I have to admit, I have not read as many blogs or articles this week with the Olympics on. But, hey, it happens once every four years. In honor of this, I have two Olympic themed articles for you: Read the story of the former child soldier who now runs to raise awareness for others afflicted in South Sudan.»
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Dr. Statton’s adoptive son When, Grace, our fourth child came along, I was certain we were done having kids. Who wouldn’t be? Four is a full house. While I saw full bedrooms, a full minivan, and an empty pantry, my wife saw room for one more. The word “adoption” would occasionally get thrown around our conversations. To me it was an important topic. One that all of us should be actively involved in. I felt my role was to “actively»
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June was another good month. Overall traffic was about the same as last month. This month featured a giveaway, a guest post, and a Guatemala update. I also gave away three advertising spots on The Stretched Blog (I Love Skippack, Joseph Lalonde, and Bill Grandi). In addition, I had the opportunity to guest post on Jeremy Statton’s blog (Rediscovering My Dream) and K.C. Procter’s blog (Don’t Blink!). As always, I like to share this month’s»
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Many aspects of blogging are an experiment. Picking the right theme. Choosing the right layout. Deciding on a catchy title for the whole blog or for just a blog post. In some ways, I feel like a scientist as I daily work on the craft of writing. Yesterday’s experiment proved to be worth while. The experiment involved guest posting over at Jeremy Statton’s blog (Living Better Stories) and hosting guest blogger Kevin Haggerty (TheIsleOfMan.Net)»